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UTSCBIOC33H3Stephen ReidWinter

BIOC33H3 Lecture Notes - Third-Degree Atrioventricular Block, Heart Failure, Coronary Circulation

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20 Mar 2013
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Coronary artery blood flow occurs mainly during diastole. The reason for this is that during systole, when the heart is contracting, it compresses some
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UTSCBIOC33H3Stephen ReidWinter

BIOC33H3 Lecture Notes - Qrs Complex, Atrioventricular Node, Equilateral Triangle

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20 Mar 2013
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UTSCBIOC33H3Stephen ReidWinter

BIOC33H3 Lecture Notes - Cardiac Muscle Cell, Adenylyl Cyclase, Stroke Volume

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20 Mar 2013
27
Stroke volume regulation: force of ventricular contraction, end-diastolic volume, afterload (blood pressure) The sympathetic nerve innervates a cardiac
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UTSCBIOC33H3Stephen ReidWinter

BIOC33H3 Lecture Notes - Aortic Valve, Mean Arterial Pressure, Heart Valve

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20 Mar 2013
25
Aortic pressure (i) arteries are pressure resovoirs. Phase 1 and 2 aortic valve is closed but there is still flow of blood out of the aorta: paorta. In
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UTSCBIOC33H3Stephen ReidWinter

BIOC33H3 Lecture Notes - Left Ventricular Hypertrophy, Ventricular Hypertrophy, Obstructive Lung Disease

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20 Mar 2013
21
At any one instant the ventricles begin to depolarize and continue to conduct, there is a primary direction in which the electrical activity is flow at
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UTSCBIOC33H3Connie SorosWinter

BIOC33H3 Lecture Notes - Abdominal Internal Oblique Muscle, Aponeurosis, Thyroid Hormones

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15 Mar 2013
43
Humerus of the foreleg (moves it towards the chest) Run anteriorly and and dorsally insert on the proximal end of the humerus on its medial surface ven
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UTSCBIOC33H3Jason BrownWinter

BIOC33H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Umbilical Artery, Fetal Hemoglobin, Partial Pressure

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23 Mar 2016
31
Human physiology 2 respiratory physiology: pulmonary venilaion. Hemoglobin can exist in 2 diferent states t-state (tense) or r-state (relaxed: t-state.
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UTSCBIOC33H3Jason BrownWinter

BIOC33H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Aquaporin, Antibody, Macrophage

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13 Mar 2016
20
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UTSCBIOC33H3Stephen ReidFall

BIOC33H3 Lecture Notes - T Cell, Pulmonary Vein, Perfusion

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25 Mar 2013
26
Heart failure (hf) is an abnormal clinical condition involving impaired cardiac pumping that results in the characteristic pathophysiologic changes of
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UTSCBIOC33H3Stephen ReidFall

BIOC33H3 Lecture Notes - Valsalva Maneuver, Heparin, Cerebral Circulation

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25 Mar 2013
21
Chapter 34:coronary artery disease and acute coronary syndrome. Coronary artery disease (cad) is a type of blood vessel disorder included in the genera
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UTSCBIOC33H3StevensWinter

BIOC33H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cardiovascular Physiology, Superior Vena Cava, Purkinje Fibers

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25 Jan 2017
7
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UTSCBIOC33H3Stephen ReidFall

BIOC33H3 Lecture Notes - Sympathetic Nervous System, Molly Mcguire, Germination

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25 Mar 2013
18
Chapter 61: peripheral nerve and spinal cord problems. Cranial nerve disorders are commonly classified as peripheral neuropathies. The 12 pairs of cran
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